Inna Ginkevich is a ballerina, film and theater actress, presenter. The performer is the Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. Ginkevich Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, representative of Moskomsport for choreography. Ginkevich is the head of the sports school of the Olympic reserve number 25.
Inna Vladimirovna was born in 1972, on May 28. She was born in Leningrad, present-day St. Petersburg. The head of the family was a famous architect who created objects on Valaam and in Kizhi.
The mother of the actress dreamed of the profession of balina, graduated from a choreographic school. However, the mother did not approve of her daughter's choice, forbidding her to do what she loved. A woman who became a housewife made her dreams come true in a child.
At first, Inna was more attracted to figure skating, but the father, who feared injuries, dissuaded her from a dangerous occupation. A six-year-old girl was assigned to a dance club.
The desire to be a famous ballerina appeared after visiting the ballet "The Nutcracker". The diligent and hardworking girl studied with teachers working at the Vaganova Choreographic Academy.
The data of the future ballerina turned out to be very good, in the end she managed to achieve success. The teachers noted the talent of the student. They recommended that the parents send their daughter to the Vaganov School.
Her first teacher there was Galina Novitskaya, who brought up Alla Sigalova and Ulyana Lopatkina. Earlier than others, Inna began performing on the stage of the Mariinsky Theater in various concerts of the school. After her first year, she went on an international tour to France.
In 1990 Ginkevich finished her studies. During the final tests, the girl received a serious leg injury, but managed to dance.
Recognition and awards
Since the beginning of the eighties, Inna was given small film roles. She played in Anna Pavlova and Cinderella. She was invited to participate in the work on the documentary American project "How to Become a Star?" Inna became the main heroine of the cycle “About the Great Russian Ballet and the Academy. AND I. Vaganova as the cradle of Russian ballet”.
The test turned out to be very difficult. The girl understood that after such a debut, she would simply have to become a mandatory prima. Since 1990, for five years she worked at the Bolshoi Theater, graduated from the acting department of GITIS.
Until 2013, Ginkevich was a soloist at the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater. At that time he had a very limited circle of exclusively metropolitan fans. Inna immediately began to actively popularize the team.
Many of her fans eventually became close friends of the ballerina. In 1998 she graduated from the Moscow Academy of Professional Skills at the Conservatory and from the French School of Acting in the direction of Advertising and Acting. Ginkevich performed more than fifty leading parts.
She danced brilliantly in The Nutcracker, Giselle, Salome, Chopiniana, Esmeralda, and shone in Swan Lake. Inna has many prestigious awards, including the Stolichny Style award for her performances in the Phantom Ball and Chopiniana in the Discovery of the Year category, Inna Vladimirovna was awarded the Style of the Year Prize established by Stolichny Style magazine.
In 2007, Ginkevich was awarded the title of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. She became the host of many events. Among them, the Pacific Meridians Festival and the Palm Branch Prize stand out.
At the end of her ballet career, Inna began working at Moskomsport. Ginkevich became the main choreographer of the organization. She underwent professional retraining to work in the Department of Tourism and Spot of the capital. She received training in the profession of personnel management at the RANEPA.
Cinema and personal life
Inna began her film career in the two thousandth. She played in TV shows. Ginkevich starred in "Professionals", where she got the image of Anna Koltsova, became Irene for "Everything is for the best", ballerina Kira Belskaya in "Zemsky Doctor. Living anew”. Inna took part in the work on the painting “Moscow. Three stations ".
For the film, she reincarnated as Polina Andreevna Razumovskaya. For "Zemsky Doctor" Ginkevich reincarnated as a prima ballerina, ending her career. The role was prophetic. Immediately after filming, the actress left ballet. Roles are interesting to her, even microscopic. She learns as she works.
Inna appreciates the relationship with the stage and the audience. She calls cinema a familiar path to art, but in a slightly different form. In 1012, Ginkevich starred as Anton's wife in the series Family Happiness. The first spouse of the performer was a classmate, like her, a ballet dancer, Andrei Plekhanov. They became husband and wife immediately after completing their studies.
At the invitation of Grigorovich, both left for the capital in a troupe recruited for the Bolshoi Theater from the best graduates of schools. The couple broke up. The second chosen one went in for sports, went to the national karate team. Then Pavel became a businessman. A child appeared, daughter Anita. After eleven years, the couple decided to leave.
The third husband of Ginkevich was the theater and film actor Dmitry Isaev. The acquaintance took place at a social event. The actor invited Inna to his performance. A beautiful romance ended in a happy marriage. Inna became a producer, friend and assistant for her husband. However, this attempt also ended in parting.
The actress and choreographer often participates in television programs, sold as a model for international photo projects. The ex-ballerina became the author of educational and methodological recommendations under the title “School of movements of I. V. Ginkevich in complex coordination sports .
She admits that the hardening and skills of an organizer obtained in ballet were most useful to her in life.